Teaching workshops and technology courses return for the spring semester at CTLT.
Milner Library now offers the first of its kind topical library guide on systemic racism.
Student leaders and elected officials will join together in a virtual panel on Thursday, October 8, to share personal experiences and discuss the importance of elevating the voices of people of color within the community.
Best-selling author and associate professor Dr. Safiya Noble will give a virtual talk titled Algorithms of Oppression: How Search Engines Reinforce Racism at 12:30 p.m. on Wednesday, October 21, over Zoom. Noble’s talk will be a part of Open Access Week 2020 activities held by Milner Library.
Join Milner Library for a variety of events and workshops that highlight the benefits of making information free, online, and open for all to use during Open Access Week 2020.
Ten graduate students at Illinois State have been named 2020 Diversifying Higher Education Faculty in Illinois fellows.
In honor of Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage month, Cataloging and Metadata Librarian Angela Yon shares notable Asian American and Pacific Islander history makers.
Check out resources for Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month curated by Cataloging and Metadata Librarian Angela Yon.
Illinois State University recognized by Strive for College’s I’m First Guide to College, a publication recognizing institutions that support first generation college students.
The cold fall weather did not stop members of First-Generation Redbirds (FGR) from spreading positivity on Schroeder Plaza.